AN ANALYSIS OF THEME-RHEME ORGANIZATION ON ACADEMIC ESSAY WRITTEN BY THE FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENTS OF UIN RADEN FATAH PALEMBANG

Adawiyah, Robi’ah (2017) AN ANALYSIS OF THEME-RHEME ORGANIZATION ON ACADEMIC ESSAY WRITTEN BY THE FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENTS OF UIN RADEN FATAH PALEMBANG. Diploma thesis, UIN RADEN FATAH PALEMBANG.

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Abstract

This study aimed to investigate which thematic development pattern mostly applied on students’ academic essay seen from three levels of achievement: low, middle, and high. Descriptive qualitative method was used as the method of this study. The data of the study were twelve students’ academic essays from low, middle, and high level of achievement. The steps in analyzing the data are first: taking texts written by the students, second: reading the texts and segmenting each text into clauses, third: identifying theme and rheme of each clause of the students’ texts, fourth: identifying thematic development pattern of the students’ texts by using thematic development pattern proposed by Danes (1974), fifth: consulting the identified thematic development pattern to the experts, and sixth: calculating the amount of the occurrence of each thematic development pattern. The result shows that Simple Linear Progression (SLP) became the most applied pattern on high achievers’ text with the total number of occurrence 23 (54.76%). Simple Linear Progression (SLP) also became the most applied pattern on middle achievers’ text with the total number of occurrence 21 (53.84%) while on low achievers’ text, Constant Theme Progression became the most applied pattern with the total number of occurrence 22 (46.80%).

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Theme-rheme, thematic development pattern, academic essay.
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: perpus perpus perpus
Date Deposited: 09 Jun 2017 01:40
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2017 01:40
URI: http://repository.radenfatah.ac.id/id/eprint/858

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